Good gravy! It’s been over a month since I’ve written a blog post. I’d like to say that I’ve been busy… writing a book, making a movie with George Clooney, being on a cruise, winning Publisher’s Clearing House. But in reality I’ve been busy… taking care of a sick kid, ignoring the laundry, madly cleaning
These cute pretzel wreaths were our treat this week for our “12 weeks of Christmas!” The kids totally loved making them, and they are SO easy to do! Here’s how! Line two cookie sheets with parchment (or wax) paper. Then place 6 pretzels in a circle placing the single hole of the pretzel on the
This week for our Christmas treat, we made these little yummies. Super easy, as always! Here’s how to make them: Ingredients 1 16.5oz package of yellow cake mix (unprepared) 1/4 cup packed brown sugar 1/2 cup butter, melted 2 eggs 1 8oz package of toffee pieces (optional) 1 cup chopped walnuts Instructions Preheat oven to
FINALLY! I made something that my kids are BEGGING me to make again and the yummy goodness isn’t even gone, yet! Is this what being a super mom feels like? I’ve never had this happen before, so, you know… I’m new to this type of feeling of awesomeness. These little yummies are called Buckeye Bars.
If you read my previous post, then you know that Christmas has started early ’round these parts! Yes, the kids’ first Christmas present has been opened (more about that on Friday!), and we have started reading a great Christmas classic, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever! Also, as a part of our 12 Weeks of Christmas,
Many years ago, when we lived in Columbus, Ohio, I was exposed to a most dark and deadly recipe involving Reese’s® Peanut Butter Cups and brownies. HELLO! I told you it was dark and deadly! I was reminded of this fabulous recipe by Angi O. who sent it to me in an email last week
I never in a million years would have thought the Lazy Cake Cookies recipe I posted back in 2011 would have taken off the way it did! But boy howdy, did it! As of tonight, it’s had over 952,000 page views! Wowie wow-wow! Not too long ago I received another recipe in my little ol’
This morning I saw a recipe my sister-in-law shared on Facebook. It totally caught my eye because it sounded delicious AND it was a Lazy Mom Recipe! SCORE! So, my goodness! How could I NOT share it with all of you lovely people out there? Forgive me for skanking this recipe right off Facebook, mkay?
I did a bit of organizing in my email inbox recently. I won’t bore you with the sordid, emotional, wretched details it involved. (Those email inboxes cause much angst, no?) Anyway, I persevered through the sludge of my flooded inbox and now have things all nice and orderly and set to sort incoming emails with
I absolutely ADORE Texas Sheet Cake. So while I was home I was bound and determined to make a Lazy Mom version of it in my incredible Lodge Cast Iron Combo Cooker! Funny thing is… I couldn’t find a Texas Sheet Cake recipe using five ingredients or less anywhere on the internet! So I had
Oh my dear lazy people! Have I got a yummy recipe for you today!! Feast your eyes upon this! My friend Emily posted this picture on Facebook this weekend and I immediately demanded to know if it was a Lazy Mom Recipe. AND IT IS! AHHHHHH! Here’s what Emily had to say about it: I
My dear lazy people. Pumpkin season is fast approaching (in case you haven’t noticed). So I would be remiss, people, just remiss, if’n I didn’t share this delightful pumpkin dessert recipe that landed in my inbox recently with all of you. This recipe was sent in by Cheri, who had this to say about it….
It’s LAZY MOM RECIPE TIME! And I had a bit of a hankering for something sweet. And naughty. And yummy. You feeling me? So pull out your lazy mom aprons and dust yourself with flour so you looked like you slaved on these little beauties all day, but you really didn’t. You know, cause I
A couple of summer’s ago I took the kids to a library event where they made their very own ice cream in a bag! I shared the recipe with you on my Lazy Mom Radio Show last summer, but seeing as I’m not doing the show anymore and most of you probably didn’t hear it,